General information for – Dr. Andrzej Berman, MD
Dr. Andrzej Berman, MD completed his studies at the Warsaw Medical Academy in 2007. After completing his residency he began working towards obtaining his specialization in general surgery, which he obtained in 2015. He has taken part in domestic and international internship programs which took place in Milan, Palermo and Warsaw. He took part in performing the world’s first pancreas islet transplant in Poland and is co-founder of the Aktywni z Cukrzycą Association.
Doctor Berman is a promoter in the use of minimally invasive treatment techniques in the field of gastrology, endoscopy, general surgery and proctology. He has participated in training courses and seminars concerning gastrology, proctology and minimally invasive surgery. He is author of the following scientific publications: Allogenic transplantation of islet cells in clinical practice, Mysterious knowledge – Qualification of Pancreata Suitable for Transplantation: review.
In 2008 he received a first degree Scientific award from the WUM Warsaw Medical University chancellor for his contribution to the implementation of a program for auto and allogenic transplantation of isolated pancreatic islets. Additionally in 2011 he received an award for a publication concerning video surgery and endoscopy at a video surgery congress with the Polish Surgeons Association and in 2012 he received an honorary Didactic teamwork award from the WUM Warsaw University chancellor for co-authoring a textbook entitled .: “ Medycyna katastrof – compendium edukacyjno szkoleniowe”.
Presently doctor Berman remains professionally active at the Faculty and at the General and Transplant Surgery Clinic at the WUM Warsaw Medical University. While away from work he enjoys fishing, archeology and sports (skiing, sailing and shooting).